Friday July 10, 2020

Brussels report criticises slow pace of Irish reform

The government has been criticised for the slow pace of key reforms in an unpublished European Commission report.

17th June, 2013
The European Commission headquarters in Brussels.

The government has been criticised for the slow pace of key reforms in an unpublished European Commission report.

The Spring Review for 2013 was critical of the slow pace of progress with regard to changes to legal services, the introduction of credit register and steps to cut the cost of drugs, according to a report on the RTÉ website.

It also criticised the Government for missing a target to open "one-stop-shop" facilities to help the...

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